Sound and vision blog

19 October 2012

British Library Sounds website shortlisted in prestigious awards

The British Library Sounds website (http://sounds.bl.uk/) has been shortlisted in the Education category of this year’s prestigious Lovie Awards.

BL Sounds website

Named in honour of Ada Lovelace, the world's first computer programmer, the Lovie Awards are the European equivalent of the Webby awards, and highlight the best of Europe's websites, mobiles and apps, online video and interactive advertising. This year, work from over 20 different European countries was shortlisted.

Shortlisted entries into the Lovie Awards are those entries that the judges deemed noteworthy and of a high quality yet were not scored quite high enough to qualify for Gold, Silver or Bronze awards.

See http://lovieawards.eu/winners/ - you need to scroll a long way down the page or to use the filters in the right hand column or your browser's text search feature.

Comments

I congratulate them for being selected. They are doing great work. I wish they receive the awards too. Best of luck for your work.

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